Environmental Monitoring II

Course code:

Target students: Undergraduates majoring in resources and environmental science

Period: 40 hours

Course credit: 2

Courses attributes: Major Elective Course

Leading teachers: Zhang Yang

Teaching objectives: With the increase of environmental problems and the rapid growth of new pollutants, it is an argent need to establish long-term effective monitoring technology to solve the environmental pollution problems. The course is one of the major elective courses in Environmental Science undergraduate education. The course will discuss the theory and method in environmental monitoring. We will highlight the basic concept and mechanism, and introduce the latest progress about the instruments for environmental monitoring.The course seeks to make the students have a deep understanding of technologies for environmental monitoring. The purpose is improving their ability to observe, analyze and solve environmental problems under complex conditions.

Prerequisite course:

Environmental Monitoring I, Analytical Chemistry, Instrumental Analysis

Reference books:

Environmental MonitoringBy Xi Danli and Sun yusheng. Beijing: Higher Education Press, 2010

Pretreatment Technologies of Environmental Samples (Version 2) By Jiang Guibin et al.. Beijing: Chemical Industry Press, 2016

The Application of Chromatography in Environmental Analysis By Cai Yaqi et al.. Beijing: Chemical Industry Press, 2009

Robinson, James W et al..Undergraduate Instrumental Analysis7thedition)》,CRC Press2014.

Course content:

1: Basic knowledge of environmental analysis and monitoring

1.1 Environment and environmental standards

1.2 Environmental pollutants

1.3 Environmental Monitoring

1.4 Frontiers and development of technologies for environmental analysis and monitoring

2: Spectroscopic technologies and their application in environmental monitoring

2.1 Introduction

2.2 UV-Vis spectroscopic technique and its application

2.3 Fluorescence spectroscopy technique and its application

2.4 Infrared spectroscopy and its application

2.5 Atomic spectroscopy and its application

3: Chromatographic technologies and their application in environmental monitoring

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Gas chromatographic technique and its application

3.3 Liquid chromatographic technique and its application

3.4 Other chromatographic technologies and their application

4: Mass spectrum technologies and their application in environmental monitoring

4.1 The principle and mechanism

4.2 Mass spectrum classification and mass spectrometry analysis

4.3 Application of mass spectrum in environmental monitoring

4.4 Combined mass spectrum technique for environmental monitoring

5: Modern technology of surface analysis for environmental monitoring

5.1 The principle and mechanism of surface energy spectrum

5.2 Main component parts of surface energy spectrometer

5.3 Application in environmental monitoring

6: Multi-joint technologies for environmental monitoring

6.1 Online sample collection technology

6.2 Online sample pretreatment technology

6.3 Separation, purification, and analysis of online samples

7: Precise and intelligent environmental monitoring technologies

7.1 Precise environmental monitoring under complicated conditions

7.2 The sky-air-ground global stereo monitoring

7.3 Intelligent and grid environmental monitoring based on Internet of Things and Big Data